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All-Star Game, July 13, 2010, Angel Stadium, Anaheim

2010 All-Star Game News Archive - May 2010

  • Autry was an All-Star in all facets of life

    This will be the third Midsummer Classic in the park formerly known as Anaheim Stadium, encoring the 1967 and 1989 games. No other park has been awarded as many All-Star Games, and the recurring gesture certainly was intended to honor Gene Autry the man, as it now honors his memory.

  • Howard, Mauer leading in Derby poll

    Ryan Howard of the Phillies and Joe Mauer of the Twins are the players from each league whom fans would most like to see in the State Farm Home Run Derby.

  • Phillies dominate NL All-Star ballot

    Five Phillies -- second baseman Chase Utley, shortstop Jimmy Rollins, third baseman Placido Polanco, center fielder Shane Victorino and right fielder Jayson Werth -- are currently in line to start the All-Star Game.

  • Mauer leads AL in early All-Star voting

    The Yankees could end up ruling most of the infield at the 2010 All-Star Game on July 13. But when the first batch of balloting results were made public Monday, it was Joe Mauer who rules all voting thus far.

  • Votebook: Outfields loaded with talent

    With so many great players to pick from, it's almost unfair that All-Star voters get to choose only three outfielders in each league.

  • All-Star Game has epic history in Anaheim

    The Angels, preparing to host their third All-Star Game on July 13, have sponsored one of each -- a memorable 1967 marathon stretching a then-record 15 innings, and a true epic in 1989 courtesy of the one and only Vincent Edward Jackson.

  • All-Star Red Carpet Show details set

    Major League Baseball on Thursday announced the details of its sixth annual MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show presented by Chevy.

  • Votebook: Changing of the guard at third?

    Alex Rodriguez and Chipper Jones have been Midsummer Classic mainstays, bit it could be time for them to pass the All-Star baton to younger players such as Evan Longoria and Casey McGehee.

  • Votebook: Plenty of sticks at shortstop

    Will it be a three-peat for the shortstop position at the All-Star Game? Over the last two years, the AL and NL starting lineups have featured the Marlins' Hanley Ramirez and the Yankees' Derek Jeter as the rival shortstops.

  • Votebook: Providing pop second to none

    Second basemen generally used to represent the weak-hitting bottom-of-the-lineup guys, but times have changed. Now, thanks to guys like Chase Utley, Dustin Pedroia, and Ian Kinsler, they are know for providing potent pop in the order.

  • Votebook: Plenty of power at first base

    Throughout Major League history, first base has been a premier power spot where some of the game's greatest sluggers found a home. In this day and age, it's no different.